The Satanic Scriptures

The Satanic Scriptures The Satanic Scriptures hands down the wit wisdom and diabolical perspective of the Church of Satan s High Priest Magus Peter H Gil These essays articles and diatribes have been collected from over

  • Title: The Satanic Scriptures
  • Author: Peter H. Gilmore
  • ISBN: 9780976403593
  • Page: 221
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Satanic Scriptures hands down the wit, wisdom and diabolical perspective of the Church of Satan s High Priest, Magus Peter H Gil These essays, articles and diatribes have been collected from over twenty years of the High Priest s writings for his infernal cabal, some first issued in the pages of publications available only to insiders From the magic of toys to tThe Satanic Scriptures hands down the wit, wisdom and diabolical perspective of the Church of Satan s High Priest, Magus Peter H Gil These essays, articles and diatribes have been collected from over twenty years of the High Priest s writings for his infernal cabal, some first issued in the pages of publications available only to insiders From the magic of toys to techniques of time travel, Magus Gil leads the reader down a Left Hand Path where few will find what they expect The Devil always has all the best tunes and now you ll hear from a Satanic Maestro how the Dark Lord has influenced composers and musicians long before the advent of electric guitars and stadium concerts Magus Gil reveals principles of Satanic Ritual in a frank discussion of forbidden rites What is a Satanic Funeral How do Satanists marry Find out now, as these unholy ceremonies have never before been disclosed outside of the Church of Satan s Hellish Hierarchy Here is the philosophy for those bold enough to be their own Gods or Devils.

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    1. Well, I'm done with this one. I didn't read "The Rituals", since I'm only interested in the philosophy of Satanism. This book builds on the ideas presented in "The Satanic Bible" and is better to some extent since it improves parts of the philosophy of Satanism. It was pretty interesting up to page 80 or so, and after that it did have some good essays, but most of the material became very repetitive. Satanism is basically an Atheistic, Materialistic, Skeptical, Pragmatical and Epicurean school o [...]

    2. Minor ( or perhaps mid level) heresy for a Satanist but I believe this book, essay for essay, is even better than the Satanic Bible. That is most likely because I am better able to relate to the material as I was not born when the Satanic Bible was written, and the Church of Satan has evolved since then. Magus Gilmore covers a wide range of topics, from 9/11 to Columbine, all in the precise and polished style we who read his essays on the Church website have become accustomed to. This is a great [...]

    3. It's a wonderful read if you are interested in philosophy and are not scared away by the cover. Lavey's philosophy takes similar ideas of evolution, Civil disobedience, and God is dead to make a tasty philosophy sandwich! The book is great it's essence is a mixture of :Darwin/Henry David Thoreau/Friedrich Nietzsche and a little Crowley. This book is easy to understand and easy read, unfortunately my copy had a few typos. Besides that the book was really wonderful and interesting. A refreshing re [...]

    4. As part of the greater Satanic conversation, this volume stands as a testament to what Peter Gilmore brings to the office of High Priest in the Church of Satan, and indeed Satanism in general. As Peggy Nadramia - Gilmore's wife - describes in the afterword, Gilmore is involved in many creative pursuits, painting and music among them. For the audience who has not been introduced to him through those endeavors, the written pieces in this book allow the reader a glimpse into the mind of a man who i [...]

    5. Written in a style reminiscent of a symphony of words resonating with notes in our own minds, this landmark tome includes all those essays printed in The Black Flame which I have had the pleasure to follow all these years, and to have it all in this concise tome is a wonderful compendium to treasure.I was fortunate to receive The Slipcase edition lavishly embossed with The Baphomet on the front, and the brimstone symbol on the back, emblazoned in silver, glistening majestically in the candleligh [...]

    6. Author Peter H. Gilmore's collection of essays from various Church of Satan publications and periodicals brought together in a wonderful compendium of epicurean erudition offering wonderful insight and pragmatism from the leader of the C.o.S.I will not go into his position within the organization as I feel if you've purchased this book and you've read the other components that make up the Basic Satanism and you grasp the intent. Now onto the book, Peter H. Gilmore's essays in this book are pheno [...]

    7. Essentially, this is a collection of articles from the Black Flame, A CoS newsletter.Peter espouses the same philosophy that the late Anton LaVey penned under the Satanic Bible in 1969. It has nothing at all to do with Satan, Magic(k) or spirituality. Instead, Pete's book confirms that elitism is modern Satanism. The rituals (such as they are), the dress and the very name "Satanist" are adopted out of a bizarre desire to shock those that are knee jerk reactionaries. It is unfortunate, since Anto [...]

    8. Fine essays on the workings of Satanism. Also information on the workings of the church and the moving forward since the passing of Mr.Lavey. If you are curious about the basis of Satanism, read The Satanic Bible. For Satanism-in-a-nutshell so to speak, I highly recommend reading Mr. Gilmore's short essay "What, The Devil?"Here is a link for it from the Church Of Satan website: churchofsatan/what-the

    9. I couldn't be happier to have a the hardback edition of this in our collection. When we received it in the mail, I couldn't put it down. This IS the follow-up to Dr. LaVey's, "The Satanic Bible". It takes the philosophy and furthers it through to the present time through a series of incredible essays covering a number of subjects.

    10. It was alright. Had some thought provoking essays yet, the overall product lacks that LaVey charm that I love. Some of his essays come off as pretentious.

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